• By Baltimore Sun   -   Nov 17, 2018

    'HE WAS SUCH A QUICK STUDY': FROM THE IVIES TO THE ORIOLES, NEW EXECUTIVE VP MIKE ELIAS HAS PASSED EVERY BASEBALL TEST

    Mike Elias' path to the Orioles' general manager job began in earnest in John Stuper's Yale University dugout, at a time when an Ivy...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Nov 17, 2018

    WHEN MICHELLE OBAMA CALLS - AND WANTS TO DO A FAVOR FOR 150 BALTIMORE SCHOOLKIDS

    The phone call got Alicia Wilson's attention. On the other end of the line was Michelle Obama. She wanted to give away tickets to city...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Nov 17, 2018

    NEEDING SECOND-HALF COMEBACK, MARYLAND SHOWS PRIDE IN 80-69 WIN OVER HOFSTRA

    There wasn't a lot of energy for the Maryland men's basketball team inside Xfinity Center for the first half of Friday's night's game...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Nov 17, 2018

    RAVENS QB JOE FLACCO DOUBTFUL TO PLAY VS. BENGALS

    Ravens starting quarterback Joe Flacco is doubtful to play Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals, opening the door for rookie Lamar...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Nov 16, 2018

    DEVELOPER REED CORDISH BUYS INTO BALTIMORE SPORTS MANAGEMENT FIRM AFTER LEAVING WHITE HOUSE

    Reed Cordish, who left his family's development firm for a year-long stint leading a White House effort on infrastructure and government...

    Sport
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Nov 16, 2018

    AFRICAN-AMERICAN GOUCHER COLLEGE STUDENTS RESPOND TO RACIST GRAFFITI, THREAT WITH 'BLACK OUT'

    More than 100 African-American Goucher College students conducted what they termed a "Black Out" on the Towson campus all day Friday...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Nov 16, 2018

    JOEL FITZGERALD, PICK FOR BALTIMORE POLICE COMMISSIONER, IS NO ROOKIE TO MANAGING SCANDAL IN THE RANKS

    Dwindling ranks, low morale, brutality complaints and public mistrust - it's all beset the Baltimore Police Department in recent years....

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Nov 16, 2018

    MARYLAND JOINS IN $625 MILLION SETTLEMENT WITH COMPANY OVER ADULTERATED CANCER DRUGS

    The pharmaceutical wholesale firm AmerisourceBergen Corp. has agreed to settle a lawsuit filed by Maryland and several other states...

    Market
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Nov 16, 2018

    BALTIMORE MAYOR NAMES FORT WORTH TOP COP JOEL FITZGERALD AS POLICE COMMISSIONER

    Joel Fitzgerald, the police chief of Fort Worth , has been chosen as Baltimore's next police commissioner, Mayor Catherine Pugh confirmed...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Nov 16, 2018

    MAN APOLOGIZES FOR YELLING 'HEIL HITLER, HEIL TRUMP' AT 'FIDDLER ON THE ROOF' PERFORMANCE IN BALTIMORE

    The man who shouted “Heil Hitler, heil Trump” at a Baltimore performance of “Fiddler on the Roof” apologized Friday for his outburst,...

    Donald Trump
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Nov 16, 2018

    COMPARING NEW ORIOLES GM MIKE ELIAS TO PREDECESSOR DAN DUQUETTE

    As Mike Elias takes the reins of an Orioles team at the start of a rebuild after a franchise-record 115 losses, here's a look at the...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Nov 16, 2018

    NATIONAL COMPANIES MOVING TO TAKE OVER MARYLAND MARIJUANA BUSINESSES, DESPITE STATE LAW

    National cannabis companies eager to expand their share of the growing U.S. medical marijuana industry are poised to acquire companies...

    U.S., Industry
  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Nov 16, 2018

    AFTER 239 DAYS, BALTIMORE JUST ENDED ITS SHORTEST BREAK FROM SNOW SINCE 1979

    Baltimore usually gets more than a nine-month break, or about 280 days, between the last snowfall of one winter and the first flakes...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Nov 16, 2018

    MAN KILLED IN FRIDAY MORNING SHOOTING, BALTIMORE POLICE SAY

    A man was fatally shot in the head Friday morning in East Baltimore, city police said. Officers were called at 10:20 a.m. to the 800...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Nov 16, 2018

    MARYLAND'S JOBLESS RATE DROPS IN OCTOBER

    The state's unemployment rate was 4.1 percent in October, down a tenth of a percent from the previous month's rate and 0.2 percent...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Nov 16, 2018

    MARYLAND'S NEW 'RED FLAG' GUN SAFETY LAW DREW 114 REQUESTS TO REMOVE FIREARMS DURING ITS FIRST MONTH

    Maryland's new “red flag” gun safety law drew 114 requests to remove firearms from individuals in October, the first month the law...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Nov 16, 2018

    SNOWVEMBER MAKES 2018 BALTIMORE'S WETTEST YEAR ON RECORD; HERE ARE THE NUMBERS, DRIP BY DRIP

    A mix of snow, sleet and cold rain pushed 2018 over the hump Thursday - it's unofficially Baltimore's wettest year on record. By 5...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Nov 16, 2018

    WOMEN WARNED TOP UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND, BALTIMORE OFFICIALS ABOUT 'HOSTILE WORK ENVIRONMENT' MONTHS BEFORE LAWSUIT

    An anonymous group of women that included faculty and medical residents warned top University of Maryland, Baltimore officials in January...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Nov 16, 2018

    STUDENTS PROTEST, PETITION TO URGE HOPKINS, UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND TO CUT TIES WITH ICE

    Amid a national debate over immigration policy under the Trump administration, the Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland,...

  • By Baltimore Sun   -   Nov 16, 2018

    MARK MCCOLLOCH, LABOR HISTORIAN AND COMMUNITY COLLEGE OF BALTIMORE COUNTY VICE PRESIDENT, DIES

    Mark McColloch, a labor historian and activist who had been vice president of instruction at the Community College of Baltimore County...